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Author Information
Agustin, Warren
Managuelod, Ezekiel
First and Last Name: Milanes, Ryan Paul
Alfiler, Jubel
Osio, Karla
Agustinwarren14@gmail.com
zekemanaguelod@gmail.com
Email Address: milanespaul6@gmail.com
jbsupremo3@gmail.com
kaesio5@gmail.com
Name of School: Saint Louis University
Division: Baguio City
Municipality/City, Province, Region: Baguio City, Benguet, CAR
Country: Philippines

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Unit Overview

Unit Plan Title:


Curriculum-Framing Questions
Aside from earth, will we still be able to discover other
Essential Question
places that can sustain life?

Unit Questions Are there any planets that are similar to earth?
Does this planet also sustain life?

What are the components of a planet that can sustain life?


What are the differences between planets?
Content Questions

Unit Summary:

Subject Area(s): Click box(es) of the subject(s) that your Unit targets
Business Education Drama Other: English
Engineering Foreign Language Other: Filipino
Home Economics Industrial Technology Other: Makabayan
Language Arts Mathematics
Music Physical Education
School to Career Science
Social Studies Technology
Grade Level: Click box(es) of the grade level(s) that your Unit targets
Kindergarten Grade 9 - 10 Gifted and Talented
Grade 1 -3 Grade 11 Resource
Grade 4 - 6 Grade 12 Other
Grade 7 - 8 English as a Second
Language
Targeted Philippine Basic Education Curriculum Competencies (Content Standard
and Performance Standard)
Content Standard: The learners demonstrate understanding of the different characteristics of
planets in the solar system.

Performance Standard: The learners should construct a representation or a model of the solar
system.
Student Objectives/Learning Outcomes:
The learners should be able to:
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a. identify the different characteristics of planets in the solar system;
b. practice ways on taking care of the earth and;
c. construct a simple model of the solar system.
Procedures (Detailed Daily Procedures)

Approximate Time Needed:


Example: Eight 80-minute (for science) class periods
Five 60-minute (for mathematics) class periods
6 weeks
3 months
Prerequisite Skills:

Materials and Resources Required For Unit

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Technology – Hardware: (Click boxes of all equipment needed)
Camera Laser Disk VCR
Computer(s) Printer Video Camera
Digital Camera Projection System Video Conferencing
DVD Player Scanner Equipment.
Internet Connection Television Other:      

Technology – Software: (Click boxes of all software needed.)


Database/Spreadsheet Multimedia Web Browser
Web Page Development E-mail Software Desktop Publishing
Image Processing Word Processing Other:      
Encyclopedia on CD-ROM

Printed Materials:

Supplies:

Internet Resources:

Others:
Accommodations for Differentiated Instruction

Resource Student:

Gifted Student:

Student with Visual


Impairment:

Student with Hearing


Impairment:

Student Assessment:

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